8 Fun Homophone ExamplesThough they sound the same, the phrases "look at my muscles" and "look at my mussels" have very different meanings! Check out our infographic for more fun homophone examples. Homophones are words with the same pronunciation but different meanings.
A History of the TypewriterHave you ever wondered about who invented the typewriter, the major developments that improved upon its original design, or how the typewriter evolved and was adapted for use in the modern era? If you're curious about the history of the typewriter, check out the infographic below!
30 Quirky Collective Nouns for AnimalsDid you know that a group of turtles is called a bale? Find out other quirky collective nouns for animals with this adorable infographic.
34 Compelling First Lines of Famous BooksThe first lines of a story set the mood and draw readers in. This infographic features first lines from some of the most famous books of all time.
5 Famous Writers as Delicious Drinks [Infographic]Whether you are looking for new authors to explore or new drinks to try out, this comparison of famous writers to delicious drinks will help you know what you are getting into. Your beverage of choice can say a lot about you, and so can your choice of reading material.
7 Things Famous Monsters Can Teach You About Writing [Infographic]Horrific? More like prolific! Here are some writing tips from some of the best-loved monsters of all time. It may be true that good writers find inspiration in the most unusual places, but did you know that the best writers take their inspiration from the most unusual creatures?
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